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Spanning the Hai River and along the coast of the Bohai Sea, the historic port of Tianjin has been a key commercial center in China for more than 600 years. Starting in 1860 the city began to draw a steadily-larger foreign population as a treaty port, a heritage that is reflected in Tianjin’s notable architectural variety. Today the city remains a leading destination for trade and investment and is home to nearly 300 of the Fortune 500 multinational corporations. Discover what makes Tianjin so unique by staying at The Ritz-Carlton, Tianjin, one of the city’s most elegant historical district hotels located near the famed Ancient Culture Street.

Historic & Cultural Sites

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Five Avenues
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2 kilometers / 5 minutes
Named after five major cities in China--Chongqing, Changde, Dali, Munan and Machang—the “Five Avenues” lay at the heart of the former British Concession. Known for their eclectic combination of architectural styles, the Five Avenues historically represented the most desirable residential area in the city and were home to government officials, wealthy merchants, celebrities and foreign visitors to the city. Today, the area is evolving into a popular entertainment and leisure district.
Ancient Culture Street
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5 kilometers / 10 minutes
Opened to the public in 1986, this recreation of a Qing Dynasty commercial thoroughfare is an exciting shopping area with a distinct historic flavor. Along its length craftsmen and retailers peddle traditional handicrafts such as cloisonné, double-sided embroidery, jade carvings and ceramics among other goods.
Italian Style Street
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3 kilometers / 5 minutes
A well-preserved neighborhood from the former Italian Concession, today Tianjin’s Italian Style Street is a popular destination for its Mediterranean architecture, tree-lined sidewalks and exciting collection of Western dining and nightlife establishments.
Shi Family Grand Courtyard
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22 kilometers / 40 minutes
Located in Yangliuqing outside the city proper, the Shi Family Grand Courtyard is actually an extensive residential estate built by one of Tianjin’s most wealthy families during the late 19th century. Built primarily of brick and encompassing nearly 300 rooms, the “Grand Courtyard” is often used as a shooting location for China’s popular historical teledramas.
Pan Mountain
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123 kilometers / 2 hours
Northwest of the city, Pan Mountain’s wind-sculpted peaks and lush forested slopes draw visitors year round. 862 meters above sea level at its highest point, the mountain offers views of the Great Wall on clear days and is home to no fewer than 72 Buddhist temples and shrines.
The Great Wall at Huangya Pass
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142 kilometers / 2.5 hours
North of Tianjin is the Great Wall of China’s Huangya Pass. Built by the Northern Qi Dynasty (550 – 577) and later reinforced by the Ming Dynasty (1368 – 1644), the site today offers opportunities for solitude and exploration long since rendered impossible by large crowds at the wall sections surrounding Beijing.

Points of Interest

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The Tianjin Eye
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6 kilometers / 15 minutes
Towering 120 meters above the Haihe River, the Tianjin Eye is among the tallest Ferris Wheels in China and provides passengers of its 48 capsules with stunning city views. At night, the illuminated wheel and its reflection in the river below resemble a golden eight—an auspicious figure in Chinese numerology.


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Youyi Plaza
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0.4 kilometers / 2 minutes
A large shopping center populated by top international and domestic brands.
Hisense Plaza
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0.6 kilometers / 3 minutes
A high-end shopping mall from a famous local developer.
Florentia Village
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51 kilometers / 1 hour
A luxury shopping development which recreates iconic Venetian sights, the Florentia Village is conveniently located nearby the Wuqing stop on the Jing-Jin High Speed Rail line.